North Central Texas Environmental Stewardship Forum

The Stewardship Action Council is proud to be leading the North Central Texas Environmental Stewardship Forum (the Forum). The Forum provides an opportunity for North Texas local governments to convene, discuss their current issues and initiatives, train, discover untapped environmental opportunities, and implement actions that will reduce environmental impacts in North Texas, the state of Texas and the United States.

Follow the Forum activities on our Calendar.

Eventbrite - North Central Texas Environmental Stewardship Forum Annual Conference For more information see the Agenda and Event Brochure
Visit our conference sponsors: Earth Day Dallas and University of Texas Arlington.

For more information on the Forum, please view a recording from one of our webinars:

For more information, read our brochure or please contact Anne Vogel-Marr, Executive Director, SAC, at (301)482-2523 or Lauren Seydewitz, Project Manager; Gresham, Smith and Partners, at (214)350-1500.

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Founding Members:

American University
Arizona Department of Environmental Quality
Audubon International
BMW
Calvert Investments
Campbell Institute of the National Safety Council
CLF Ventures
Covanta Energy Corporation
DM Petroleum Operations Company
Forever Resorts
Georgia Department of Natural Resources
Indiana Department of Environmental Management
Matt Potoski, Iowa State University
Johnson & Johnson
Lockheed Martin Manassas
Michelin North America, Inc.
Minnesota Pollution Control Agency
National Pollution Prevention Roundtable (NPPR)
North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources
Pfizer
PRIZIM, Inc.
Rockwell Collins
Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation
Virginia Department of Environmental Quality
Washington State Department of Ecology West
West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection
Wildlife Habitat Council
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resource

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